Loan brand Nimble has swiftly responded to news that the Queen is running out of cash.
With help from Clemenger BBDO Brisbane and Red Agency Melbourne, Nimble has updated its online loan application form to include the royal title ‘HM’.
The company has also contacted the British monarchy via Twitter and Facebook to extend its offer of help, and has published a notice in the Sunday Herald.
The ‘Queen’ herself also made an appearance at St Kilda beach on Saturday.
Nimble has recently launched its ‘Unexpected happens’ campaign.
Sami Malia, chief operations officer at Nimble, said: “Nimble is about offering a fast solution to people when those unexpected expenses happen in life, and in this instance it goes to show it can happen to almost anyone.”
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